Hands on QTP Course Overview

Hands on QTP Course Overview

The Hands on QTP course is a comprehensive training program designed to equip learners with the skills necessary to excel in test automation using QuickTest Professional (QTP), now known as Micro Focus Unified Functional Testing (UFT). This course begins by laying a solid foundation with Automation Basics, where students learn the differences between manual and automation testing, understand the limitations of manual testing, and recognize the benefits and appropriate scenarios for implementing automation testing.

As the course progresses through QTP Fundamentals, learners gain in-depth knowledge of QTP's architecture, environment compatibility, installation procedures, and licensing. They are introduced to the practical aspects of QTP through hands-on lessons on recording and running tests.

Fundamentals of VBScript are covered to ensure that learners can create, modify, and maintain scripts effectively within QTP. Aspects like VBScript variables, arrays, functions, conditional statements, and classes are thoroughly explored.

The course further delves into Basics of QTP, Objects and Object Repository, Synchronization, Checkpoints, Output Values, and Descriptive Programming. These modules build the learner's proficiency in creating robust automated tests by managing objects, synchronizing test execution, validating application states, handling data tables for parameterization, and applying advanced scripting techniques.

By the end of the course, participants will have a solid understanding of QTP's capabilities and will be able to design and execute automated tests efficiently, making them valuable assets in the field of quality assurance and software testing.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are well-prepared and can successfully undertake the Hands-on QTP training course, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of software development and software testing concepts.
  • Familiarity with the principles of manual testing, including test case design and execution.
  • Basic knowledge of Windows operating system and file system navigation.
  • Some experience with any programming or scripting language (knowledge of VBScript is beneficial but not mandatory).
  • Ability to understand and write simple code or scripts.
  • An analytical mindset with problem-solving skills.
  • Willingness to learn new tools and technologies related to test automation.

Please note that while prior experience in automation testing is not strictly required, an appreciation for the challenges faced in manual testing will help contextualize the advantages of automated testing with QTP.

Target Audience for Hands on QTP

The "Hands on QTP" course by Koenig Solutions equips participants with automation testing skills using QTP/UFT.

Target Audience for the "Hands on QTP" course:

  • Quality Assurance Engineers
  • Automation Testers
  • Software Testers looking to upgrade to automation testing
  • Test Managers
  • QA leads who need to understand automated testing frameworks
  • New graduates interested in a career in software testing
  • Software Developers interested in learning testing automation
  • Test Architects
  • Technical Consultants involved in QA processes

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Hands on QTP?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes

In the Hands on QTP course, students will acquire practical skills in test automation using QTP, focusing on its fundamentals, scripting, synchronization, and advanced techniques.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the differences and limitations between manual and automation testing, and identify scenarios where automation is beneficial or not recommended.
  • Gain a comprehensive introduction to QTP, its architecture, supported environments, and the installation process, including license configuration and necessary add-ins.
  • Develop foundational knowledge in VBScript, learning to create variables, arrays, functions, subroutines, conditional and loop statements, and classes for QTP scripting.
  • Learn to create, record, and run automated tests in QTP, manage different recording modes, and work with both Expert and Keyword views to enhance test development.
  • Acquire skills in object identification, using the Object Spy, and managing the Object Repository, including adding, removing, and storing objects for test automation.
  • Implement synchronization techniques to ensure reliable test execution, using methods such as Wait, WaitProperty, Exist, and Sync.
  • Understand and apply various types of checkpoints (Standard, Text, Text Area, Bitmap, and Accessibility) to validate application output during tests.
  • Master the creation and usage of output value types to capture runtime data and validate test outcomes.
  • Utilize the Data Table for parameterization to create data-driven tests, facilitating the import and export of test data from external sources like Excel.
  • Explore descriptive programming to enhance test automation, learning when and how to use it for extracting object properties and performing operations on web elements without relying on the Object Repository.